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Nice sound quality, but the show is barely the high side of average, even for '78.
Subject: Crisp Sound, timing a little shady
Brown-Eyed Women seems to start off wobbly, never really finds its footing. It sounded at one point in the beginning like they just wanted to quit and re-boot...but they are past that era, back in '70 and '71, where a re-start would've happened. Now they play through, like experts trying to figure out the issue in-situ. Love these guys (& girl).
This Scarlet>Fire has got to have the best Fire conclusion I've EVER heard. The melodies Garcia is creating here are just so memorable.
This show as a whole is not that special, but this performance of Scarlet>Fire definitely is, and one of my new all-time favorite Dead moments!
Subject: Mr. Chowlie!
Amazing Stuff here.
Check out Looks Like Rain > Scarlet Begonias